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The Scotswood Aggro Boys have organised a disco dance to help the handicapped

The Scotswood Aggro Boys have organised a disco dance to help the handicapped


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The Scotswood Aggro Boys have organised a disco dance to help the handicapped

The Scotswood Aggro Boys have organised a disco dance to help the handicapped.
Some of the boys who are organising the dance are, right to left, John Maughan, Ken Kay, George Potter, Mick Rutherford and Colin Rutherford on 20th July 1972

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In this photo print, we are transported back to the vibrant youth culture of 1970s Scotland. The image captures a powerful moment as "The Scotswood Aggro Boys" come together to organize a disco dance aimed at supporting the handicapped community. Seated against a worn-out wall, five young men exude an intimidating aura with their distinctive skinhead style. Their fashion choices speak volumes about the era - boots that embody rebellion and defiance, symbolizing their unity and identity within the subculture they belong to. From right to left, we see John Maughan, Ken Kay, George Potter, Mick Rutherford, and Colin Rutherford; faces filled with determination and compassion for those less fortunate than themselves. Though their ages remain unknown in this snapshot frozen in time, it is evident that these individuals possess wisdom beyond their years. This photograph not only documents a specific event but also serves as a testament to the power of solidarity among young people striving for positive change within their community. It reminds us that even amidst tumultuous times marked by social unrest and economic challenges, there were those who sought to make a difference. Preserved by Memory Lane Prints' collection of historical images from UK social history, this remarkable print encapsulates both an era's fashion trends and its underlying spirit of resilience and empathy.

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